Together, great things can happen
Have you ever wondered why educational toys for kids are mostly focused on ‘building’ or puzzle-like concept?
In games such as the one shown above, you’ll need to connect more pieces in order to create something.
Threading beads is also popular with kids. They strive to try threading those beads as long as possible; with the longer the connection, the more satisfied and happier they are with their achievement.
Building blocks is another must have with kids. They can build basically anything starting from a single block to as many blocks as they wish.
What all of the above educational toys have in common is they are all focused on connection with the more connection amongst the toys, the better the result is.
Same goes with our kids’ brain cells. The more the connections, the more and faster the kids learn. In my previous post I’ve mentioned about DHA helps build brain cells while Gangliosides helps connect brain cells.
It is my responsibility as a mother to ensure my kid is getting the most out of his growing up milk powder for optimum brain development. Anmum Essential has both DHA and Gangliosides combined in a unique formulation. The new Anmum Essential has more DHA and more Gangliosides for a powerful double brain benefit.
Watch this video to see how together, great things can happen.
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These are all very cool toys. I like kids spending time on such games than computer games.
Ethan looks so happy. :) I recently just switched Gwen’s milk to Anmum. I find the milk too diluted. I might switch again.
Yes these activities help fine motor skill.
How he’s grown…